Unscripted is our brand new weekly film and television podcast full of interesting debate and lots of opinions on what’s happening in the entertainment industry. Check out the podcast weekly below!
After Scotland toughed it out for the win over France on Sunday – in their second fixture of these Six Nations – we take a look at the impact of the players returning to Scotland colours after prolonged absences of injury or disfavour. By Erin McRitchie
An appeal to the exuberant tight end, the man synonymous with the number 87 jersey, and the Patriots star who is arguably one of the best offensive players in the league, to not leave the game that loves him so. By Erin McRitchie
Leigh Griffiths could only watch from the bench as Partick Thistle led Celtic 1-0 at half-time on Tuesday night. Griffiths came on to make a significant second-half impact, but the fact he was benched to begin with, behind the on-loan PSG forward Odsonne Edouard, was certainly interesting. Is he now Celtic’s third-choice striker? By Paige Beresford
It’s been a less-than straight-forward introduction to English football for VAR. It was thought that the technology would end all discussion on refereeing decisions, but after a couple of high-profile incidents of controversy there is more debate than ever before. Now, two of our ENRG Sport writers have their say. By Luke Barry and Gregor Kerr
The 48-year-old will hold talks with the Scottish FA next week. O’Neill has been an outstanding manager for Northern Ireland, but he might not be able to keep exceeding expectations for much longer. He might just have more options and more time at Scotland. By Paige Beresford
The 22-year-old endured a difficult few months at Nottingham Forest following his transfer from Hibs last summer, but a surprise return to Scottish football in the shape of a loan-move to Rangers presents the Scottish international with an opportunity for regular game-time, and the chance to rediscover his goal-scoring form. By Grant Barnes
With Manchester City running away with the league, the dynamic of the season for the Premier League’s biggest clubs has changed. Rather than focussing their efforts on the hectic upcoming festive schedule, should teams condition themselves to peak in February, ahead of crucial Champions League fixtures? By Jamie Braidwood
Liverpool’s captain is now the longest serving player at the club, yet has fast become the Anfield boo-boy. Are these jeers justified? By Luke Barry
For the past five weeks, Rangers have been looking for the perfect replacement for Pedro Caixinha. Current Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes seems to be the club’s first choice, but is he the right man for job? By Paige Beresford.